Finding a vehicle that won’t break the bank in the current market of inflated prices and deflated inventory can seem like a herculean effort. As used-vehicle prices creep up alongside the new, choosing a reliable used car can help minimize the sticker shock of buying amid the ongoing inventory shortage. A compact sedan like the Toyota Corolla is among the most budget-friendly cars on the market, and buying a used previous-generation (2014-19) model can yield even greater savings.
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Is a used Toyota Corolla the best choice to be your next daily driver? As we examined hundreds of Cars.com user reviews of the 11th-generation Corolla, several trends of pros and cons emerged. Read on to learn more about the 2014-19 Corolla, see what owners really think and get our Cars.com experts’ take on the compact sedan.